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post #1 of 19 Old 07-18-2012, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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Awesome seller would definitely be buying more from them! Mike is great salesman with tons of information and what can I say about the best prices around! Recieved my TechSpec and my ZG Corsa the other day just installed it earlier heres some pictures, couldnt be more pleased with my purchase.











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The only problem with them is that they take all my money!

You can't beat their prices!

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your preload adjuster looks mounted wrong.

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Hows it supposed to look?


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Well usually they're mounted to the exhaust hanger and you don't have one so that kind of changes everything. The line should be resting under the subframe not moving with the swing arm.

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Its not moving with the swing arm?


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I am confused too. Maybe he mistaken the pre load adjuster line with the brake line (since there are two, one for the brake line and one for the sensor)?

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The line for the remote preload adjuster for the rear shock looks like its sitting on top of the rear hugger. When your suspension compresses it'll slowly wear the line.

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The line for the remote preload adjuster for the rear shock looks like its sitting on top of the rear hugger. When your suspension compresses it'll slowly wear the line.
Might touch on big ones but as it sits there's about a 1/4 inch of clearance between the hugged and the line. Wire looks unscathed so far.
edit I do plan on adding the pillion pegs back on and mounting it with there preferred zip tie method. Need to.find a bolt and.rubber for.the hole


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Edit I re ran the remote and added the bitch pegs.
Zip ties ehh idk but this is the preferred install method by ohlins.





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